Broken Bones

Serving clients throughout New Jersey

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The human body is a remarkable, durable thing. It can take a lot of punishment and still operate at a high level.

Unfortunately, a dog bite attack can do severe damage and leave you with significant pain and long-term injuries. Among the most common results of a dog bite attack are broken bones.

New Jersey dog bite attorney David Cowhey has seen many clients come into his office with breaks and fractures caused by their attacks. These broken bones take a long time to heal, and treating them is expensive.

If you're a New Jersey resident dealing with broken bones from a dog bite attack, our attorney wants to speak to you about your case. Please call David Cowhey at 609-513-0627 for a free consultation.

Serious Attacks, Serious Injuries

One of the points we have emphasized throughout this site is the seriousness of dog bite attacks. We do so because we want you to know that we understand what you're dealing with. We know that your attack was not a small thing- it was a serious incident that should be treated as such.

The broken bones we've seen are sad evidence of this reality.

Many people don't associate dog bite attacks with broken bones, but they're a common result of these attacks. There are two common ways in which bones break during attacks

  • Large dogs, such as St. Bernards, can launch themselves onto people with great force, driving the victim onto the ground. The force of the collisions involved can break or fracture bones

  • When the bones involved are small and relatively delicate, even small dogs can break them. The bones in your nose, ears and hands are easily broken, and a dog can bite with great force.

Neck and back injuries are often related to breaks or fractures.

It shouldn't need to be said, but a broken bone is a serious issue. Treating these injuries requires a significant investment of time and money, and there is also a lot of pain and discomfort to deal with.

Our New Jersey dog bite attorney will vigorously pursue the compensation you deserve. Mr. Cowhey won't be intimidated by the insurance companies, and he has a proven track record of successfully representing innocent victims like you.

If you live anywhere in New Jersey and you want a dog bite attorney you know you can trust, please call David Cowhey at 609-513-0627 or contact us online for a free consultation.